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5 things to do in Milan this weekend

From November 25 to 27, 2016

5 things to do in Milan this weekend From November 25 to 27, 2016


#1 SPRINT _\|/_ Independent Publishers and Artists’Books Salon

If you are an independent publications' lover then you can't miss the fourth edition of SPRINT, an annual event that offers a wide selection of publications and artists among the most interesting within the independent publishing scene. Including screening, fanzines, books and feminist magazines, the program will be exciting and variegated and, taking place at O', from November 25 to 27, it will connect readers, authors, graphic designers and artists of all kinds.

#2 Studio in Triennale – Media, Culture and Innovation

The annual festival organised by Rivista Studio and Undici is back at the Triennale. Get ready for a three-days immersion in an exciting whirlwind of interviews, meetings and readings about politics, culture, technology and more. Among the highlights of the festival "Telling Stories: The Young Pope & The Others: The golden age of storytelling and audiovisual" and "Digital Loves Fashion: The companies, influencers, brands, media: how fashion is changing", both on Sunday.

#3 Vanessa Beecroft. Polaroids 1993-2016

In the frame of Photo Vogue Festival, we can find the monographic exhibition dedicated to Genoese photographer Vanessa Beecroft at Palazzo Reale. The artist's famous Polaroids will be on display from November 24 to 29. True masterpieces that capture the essence of femininity, between glamour and Renaissance inspiration.

#4 We are Depop Lovers

A Sunday all dedicated to vintage shopping, it's the one organised by Depop at Parco Sempione, in the Palazzina Appiani, to celebrate the digital community through an offline market in the heart of Milan, organised in collaboration with the platform There'll also be a brunch with live music, an afternoon tea and a dancing aperitif.

#5 Antiques Market on the Naviglio

As every last Sunday of the month, there will be the usual market dedicated to quality vintage and antiques on the Naviglio Grande. With about four hundred exhibitors, you will find authentic hidden treasures of all sorts, from jewellery to books, from collectables to modern art, from sunglasses to clothing.